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China’s African headache

Racist and derogatory videos are causing incalculable damage to China’s image in Africa, but this is unlikely to change the relationship

South Africa must have a stake in artificial intelligence technology

The country needs an institute that will be a conduit for AI knowledge to industry, society and government

France won’t bar but may restrict Huawei in 5G network

There has been intense debate in Europe about whether or not to exclude Huawei from supplying equipment for 5G mobile networks

‘Our cameras will make you safe’

Huawei’s pitch to African mayors ignores concerns that its Smart Cities technology can be abused

A sleepwalk away from state spying

We know now that before embracing new technology, we need to ask the difficult questions

Huawei dismisses new suspension of ‘unjust’ US ban

The original ban was announced earlier this year by US authorities who claim it provides a backdoor for Chinese intelligence services

Monaco rolls out Huawei-built 5G network in European first

As mobile operators shift away from slower networks, Europe has been torn over its approach to the Chinese giant, which is a pioneer in 5G technology.

Rare earths are the latest weapon in the US-China trade war

Beijing had already dropped a big hint that rare earths could be in the firing line

Huawei asks US court to throw out federal ban

Huawei filed suit against the US bill in March, calling it "unconstitutional"

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Staff at Tygerberg hospital detail how, despite their fear of the coronavirus, they continue to help in the medical response to the pandemic

Eastern Cape fails tracing and testing

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